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Minimalist Fruit and Vegetables

Fruit and vegetables are best consumed as fresh as possible, with as little processing as possible. Case in point:

  • Refrigerated spinach loses 1/2 of it’s vitamin C content in just 2 days.
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The Immune System Marches on Its Stomach

There’s an expression in the healthcare industry: “The immune system marches on its stomach.” Why do they say this? Well, it’s because the sciences of nutrition and immunology are interwoven. 511 more words


Nutrition is a thing? Part 3

Vitamins! Yep, still working on getting these class notes all typed up. The biggest take-away I got from the vitamins section was that I definitely do not eat enough leafy greens. 539 more words


Studies on Vitamin E Benefits and Top Vitamin E Foods

Vitamin E is a health-giving, disease preventing vitamin that is found in many foods such as almonds, leafy greens, sunflower seeds, eggs, sweet potatoes, avocados, olive oil and rice bran oil. 425 more words


Vitamin A could cure emphysema

New research has revealed that Retinoic acid, a derivative of vitamin A that is found in eggs, milk and vegetables could hold the key to reverse lung damage caused by the disease Emphysema. 587 more words

Portable Oxygen

Feldsalat - Frisch im Herbst

Die kleinen, robusten Blättchen strotzen vor Aroma (sehr nussig; klasse mit Kartoffeldressing) und Nährstoffen wie Kalzium, Polsäure, Eisen, Vitamin A und C.

Wichtig: Mehrmals waschen, da sich in den Rosetten gern Sand versteckt! 21 more words